Often times bilingualism is thought out to have a negative impact on students with learning disabilities, speech impairments, autism, etc. Based on countless research on bilingualism, we now know that being bilingual has many advantages & it does not hinder progress, academic achievement and/or language development. However, due to countless myths & misinformation, many parents have questions about bilingualism & it's effects on academic growth & speech development. For that reason, I created an in-depth & research-based resource that can provide parents & educators with factual information about bilingualism as it relates to speech disorders, language disorders, autism, fluency, literacy, & much more!
Note: Citations & references are provided
THIS RESOURCE IS COMPLETELY IN SPANISH.
Click here for English version
24 pages in Spanish of easy-to-read information (provided in a worksheet manner) about bilingualism, it's advantages, myths, facts, red flags, visuals, resources & much more